Estate planning involves analyzing everything we have and planning on where it goes after we pass. It’s not a pleasant task, but it is an essential step for our family and friends. We don’t want them to be caught up in court for years, fighting for our possessions.
First developed in the 1950s, hernia mesh products have become an accepted method for repairing hernias. However, Louisiana residents should be aware that not all of these products are safe. Many are defective and may lead to long-term injuries and additional surgery. While severe pain is considered only a minor side effect in these cases, the worst complications include bowel obstruction and infection.
Entrepreneurs living in Louisiana usually invest a tremendous amount of money, time and effort into developing their businesses. While many business owners plan to continue working at and developing their companies for a long time, others eventually decide that selling to somebody else is a good idea.
According to a Consumer Reports study, there is a chance that individuals in Louisiana who use Uber or Lyft are riding in vehicles that have a current recall. The recalls range from the use of Takata airbags to engine defects that could result in a vehicle stalling. Consumer Reports acknowledges that it is unclear if anyone has been injured while in an Uber or Lyft vehicle that has a current recall.